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Implementation of Global Fund’s Sustainability, Transition and Co-Financing policy, is ‘transformative’, says thematic review
Commissioned by the Technical Evaluation Reference Group, the review called for better planning for, and management of, transitions in several settings
GLOBAL FUND’S NEW TB AND MALARIA GRANT TO NORTH KOREA
Secretariat has not yet offered responses on a few important issues
The Technical Evaluation Reference Group (TERG), the Technical Review Panel (TRP), and the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), three Global Fund bodies that are independent of the Secretariat, have recently evaluated and audited the Global Fund investments in building “Resilient and Sustainable Systems for Health” (RSSH), which make up 27% of all Global Fun
Global Fund’s Strategic Review 2017 identifies gaps in several program areas, including differentiated approaches, absorptive capacity and transitions
Final report, released in February 2019, found that the Fund performed well in operationalizing strategic plans
A report prepared in late 2017 – but not released until February 2019 – is the end product of a strategic review conducted by the Technical Evaluation Reference Group (TERG) on how well the Global Fund has been able, and will be able, to operationalize its strategic plans.
Global Fund’s technical evaluation group will focus on ‘prospective country evaluations’ and thematic reviews in 2019
Thematic reviews underway on resilient and sustainable systems for health, partnership model, and sustainability, transition and co-financing policy
The Technical Evaluation and Reference Group (TERG) of the Global Fund gave its report to the Board at the pre-Board meeting session held on November 13, 2018, at the new Global Health Campus in Geneva, Switzerland.
The Technical Evaluation Reference Group (TERG) is currently looking for multiple, senior, accomplished evaluators with significant relevant expertise and experience (at least 15–20 years) to replace out-going members.
Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) activists have been sounding the alarm for several years about what they perceive as systematic neglect of the region by the Global Fund. “We are the victims of our successes,” they say to highlight the fact that the Global Fund’s de-prioritization of the region is not a by-product of poor performance but rather a consequence of the current political climate.